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Pc restart when my pc start pc boot and after that it was restart this problem in my computer plz give me salution

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    when i play computer games my pc restarts.

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Rohit,

pls check with the drivers involved with your modem, it may be incompatible or may require nrewer versions of drivers for that modem, try to check with the manufacturers site if they have newer drivers.

hope this helps

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